New York

New York, New York – so good they named it twice, as the song goes. Visit the Big Apple and see for yourself what makes it so special. Browse Fifth Avenue’s glitzy department stores, take a ferry to the iconic Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island where immigrants first set foot on US soil, see the city from on high atop the Empire State Building, explore leafy Central Park by horse-drawn carriage, soak up the city’s vibrant atmosphere in bustling Times Square and catch a Broadway show at night. With so much more to see and do, you’ll definitely want a second bite.

A stroll through the bohemian neighbourhood of Greenwich Village will reveal the city’s narrowest house, one of New York’s finest parks, and an array of shops, restaurants and nightclubs. If it’s culture you’re seeking, head for “Museum Mile” along Fifth Avenue, where the Metropolitan, Guggenheim, and National Museum of Design number among the many fine arts institutions. Broadway is, of course, renowned for its world-famous shows but if you fancy something less main stream, we suggest one of the numerous Off-Broadway productions, where smaller, more intimate theatres stage plays, musicals and revues of every genre imaginable.

Chicago & New York

The Big Apple, Niagara And Washington, D.C. – Escorted Tour

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Multi-Centre Fly-Drive Experience

Eastern Values

Multi-Centre Fly-Drive Experience

American Historic Highways

Multi-Centre Fly-Drive Experience

New York Highlights

SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown tour
This two-hour walking tour is a great way to see three districts in one while stretching your legs. You’ll visit the one-time artists’ refuge of SoHo and its Cast Iron District, Lombardi’s Pizza – America’s first pizzeria – in Little Italy, and the confluence of cultures that is Chinatown, where eating and shopping your way through the bustling streets is hard to resist. You’ll also stop by film and TV locations, which include Sex in the City and Men in Black.
Sightseeing with a difference
Here are three of our favourite ways of seeing New York’s many sights. Step back in time on a Central Park Horse and Carriage Tour, when your personal horse-drawn carriage will meander through the park and pass many famous historical landmarks. Circumnavigate Manhattan Island on a two-and-a-half-hour cruise of the Hudson River, with views including the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building. Finally, for sheer exhilaration, soar to the skies in a helicopter ride above Manhattan’s breathtaking skyline, for a birds-eye view of this iconic city.

New York Experiences

One World Observatory
There are a million things to experience in New York City, but only one way to truly see them all. One World Observatory offers a unique view of the Manhattan skyline and beyond from the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Step aboard the Sky Pod elevator and ascend on a rapid journey to the top where you can explore three levels filled with innovation and inspiration. Enjoy breathtaking 360-degree views of the city below, taking in its iconic sights and neatly-lined the blocks and avenues. The Main Observatory also features the expansive Sky Portal, where you can take a walk high above the streets of New York.
THE TOUR New York City
Discover the past, present and future of NYC on this unique sightseeing tour! You’ll tour the city in a completely new way through floor-to-ceiling glass windows and stadium-style seating in a specially-converted motor coach. THE TOUR Powered by THE RIDE navigates a 90-minute route exploring over ten NYC neighbourhoods and 50 landmarks, including the Lincoln Centre, Central Park, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Centre, Radio City Music Hall, the Garment District, Empire State Building, Times Square, Columbus Circle, Madison Avenue, New York Public Library, Bryant Park, and the famous 42nd Street, to name a few sites.
Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour
See some of New York City's most famous sights while working up a sweat on this exciting two-hour sightseeing bike tour. Start the day with an uphill cycle to the City Hall district of Manhattan and continue across the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge. At 160 feet above the water, you will appreciate the many frame-worthy photos of the Big Apple skyline, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the port of Brooklyn as well as part of the New Jersey shore. Continue your tour descending into Brooklyn and riding past the historic houses of Brooklyn Heights. Enjoy the panoramic views of New York's Financial District from across the river before returning across the bridge to South Street Seaport.
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